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Societies and Memberships

CQ staff and consultants are actively involved in the veterinary profession. Our team are members of the following societies and communities.


The Federation of Independent Practices is a not for profit association of independently owned practices, offering high standards of veterinary care to their local communities.


The BSAVA is a membership association specifically for companion animal vets and nurses. The association runs the largest annual small animal Congress in the world.


BVA are the national representative body for the veterinary profession. They focus on providing services and benefits to help members fulfil their professional roles.


BVNA is the only national representative body for veterinary nurses and provides many benefits to its members, including support, regional meetings and bursaries.


The Veterinary Practice Management Association exists to provide individuals who are involved in the management of veterinary practice.


The Society of Practising Veterinary Surgeons helps and supports veterinary surgeons working in veterinary practice.


The Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) is a worldwide organisation with members in 90 countries on five continents.


ASME is a membership organization unique in that it draws its members from all areas of medical education.


The RCVS was established in 1844 by Royal Charter to be the governing body of the veterinary profession.


SET is returning to its roots as a voluntary professional membership body and is developing a range of exciting new benefits and initiatives based on feedback from thousands of members.


VDS is a mutual insurance company run by experienced veterinary surgeons on behalf of the veterinary profession.


This veterinary news website provides the veterinary profession with up-to-date news, features and job listings.


online is an online community for veterinary nurses, providing the latest news, developments, resources and careers.

Vetnnet is the European Network for everyone involved in veterinary nurse training..


FAB is a trade association, representing organisations that award vocational qualifications in the UK.

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